Muslim women oppose the wearing of the hijab in Iran and staged protest against death of Mahsa Amini

Significant women hit the streets in Western Iran and took off their hijabs as a mark of protest over the death of a 22-year-old woman, Mahsa Amini, who was reportedly arrested and beaten up by the country’s police for not properly following hijab regulations.
Muslim women oppose the wearing of the hijab  
Viral social media videos showed women protesters removing their hijabs, a punishable crime in Iran, and chanting ‘Death to Dictator’ during the protests in Amini’s hometown Saghez.
Amini was reportedly travelling to Iran’s capital Tehran from the western province of Kurdistan with her family to meet relatives when she was arrested for allegedly flouting the dress code for women.
Witnesses have revealed that Amini was beaten inside a police van. Hours after her arrest, Amini’s family was notified that she had been taken down to the Kasra hospital, where she was moved to an intensive-care unit. The police said that she suffered a heart attack, a claim the family has strongly opposed saying that she was healthy until she was arrested.